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What is Dhimmitude

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[[File:Dhimmitude in the British Army Dewsbury mosque tweet.png|thumb|right|Dhimmitude in the British Army]]
:Dhimmitude is a word which tries to describe the horrors suffered by human beings
:Conquered by Jihad, the religious duty of every Muslim
:To impose laws on the infidel, laws which discriminate, humiliate, dehumanise,
:Compel the infidel to a life of servitude.
:Laws which deny him
:Every Human Right
:Even the right to life itself.
From our song, [[Dhimmitude]].
This The following is the definition of [[Dhimmitude]] from [[Bat Ye'or]], the world’s foremost expert on the condition and the woman largely responsible for transferring the term from Arabic into English.
:[[Dhimmitude]]: the Islamic system of governing populations conquered by jihad wars, encompassing all of the demographic, ethnic, and religious aspects of the political system. The word "dhimmitude" as a historical concept, was coined by Bat Ye'or in 1983 to describe the legal and social conditions of Jews and Christians subjected to Islamic rule. [[The Arabic root of Dhimmitude|The word "dhimmitude" comes from dhimmi, an Arabic word meaning "protected"]]. Dhimmi was the name applied by the Arab-Muslim conquerors to indigenous non-Muslim populations who surrendered by a treaty (dhimma) to Muslim domination. Islamic conquests expanded over vast territories in Africa, Europe and Asia, for over a millennium (638-1683). The Muslim empire incorporated numerous varied peoples which had their own religion, culture, language and civilization. For centuries, these indigenous, pre-Islamic peoples constituted the great majority of the population of the Islamic lands. Although these populations differed, they were ruled by the same type of laws, based on the shari'a.
:This similarity, which includes also regional variations, has created a uniform civilization developed throughout the centuries by all non-Muslim indigenous people, who were vanquished by a jihad-war and governed by shari'a law. It is this civilization which is called dhimmitude. It is characterized by the different strategies developed by each dhimmi group to survive as non-Muslim entity in their Islamized countries. Dhimmitude is not exclusively concerned with Muslim history and civilization. Rather it investigates the history of those non-Muslim peoples conquered and colonized by jihad.
:[[Dhimmitude]] encompasses the relationship of Muslims and non-Muslims at the theological, social, political and economical levels. It also incorporates the relationship between the numerous ethno-religious dhimmi groups and the type of mentality that they have developed out of their particular historical condition which lasted for centuries, even in some Muslim countries, till today.
:[[Dhimmitude]] is an entire integrated system, based on Islamic theology. It cannot be judged from the circumstantial position of any one community, at a given time and in a given place. Dhimmitude must be appraised according to its laws and customs, irrespectively of circumstances and political contingencies.
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